The last of those suspensions for administrators, match officials, players and coaches were lifted earlier this year as an investigation by FIFA into the matter stalled.Swaziland and Zimbabwe are top of RS gold Africa Nations Cup qualification Group L on four points after two games, with the winners gaining automatic entry to next year’s tournament in Gabon.
Malawi and Guinea are the other teams in the group. (Reporting by Nick Said; Editing by John O’Brien and Ken Ferris) Spanish official doesn’t expect backlash for probe on Villar | Daily Mail Online.
Spanish official doesn’t expect backlash for probe on Villar ByAssociated Press Published: 10:38 EST, 11 March 2016 | Updated: 10:38 EST, 11 March 2016 e-mail MADRID (AP) — The Spanish government’s top sports official is hoping the recent changes at FIFA will put an end to the governing body’s intimidation tactics.
Miguel Cardenal, the president of the country’s Higher Sports Council, has asked a tribunal to probe alleged wrongdoings by FIFA vice president Angel Maria Villar, who is also the head of the Spanish soccer federation and the highest-ranking UEFA vice president.Cardenal, who has been at odds with.